Yellow Balloon’s main state to fame was that the band’s regular membership boasted a celebrity, acting professional Don Grady from the tv screen series My 3 Sons, which starred Fred MacMurray. The music group at once also included Daryl Dragon, who wasn’t as popular at that time as he’d be a couple of years later on because the male 1 / 2 of the favorite duo Captain & Tennille. In 1967 Yellow Balloon obtained its first in support of hit single, that was named following the group. The music group released an eponymous recording that same yr through Canterbury Information. Furthermore to Grady and Dragon, who both performed drums, its regular membership included lead vocalist Alex Valdez, keyboardist Frosty Green, bassist Don Braught, and guitarist Paul Canella. Grady, who was simply created Don Agrati, performed previously using the Palace Safeguard, a folk-rock music group. Yellow Balloon created through the ’60s when he became a member of forces in LA with Gary Zekley, a songwriter and maker who had in the beginning written the solitary “Yellow Balloon” for browse duo Jan & Dean. Zekley also released a edition from the song, so when it skipped in to the Best 30, he and Grady drawn together a music group for live shows and released an recording. Grady culled Braught and Green from a music group called Increasing Sons in Oregon, and drew Canella and Valdez from Five folks, an Az group. Grady experienced previously documented their names inside a list he held of music artists whose skill impressed him when he noticed them play while he toured on various other business, sometimes using a music group called Windupwatchband. Once the time found pull jointly the music group that might be Yellow Balloon, he provided them a contact. After failing woefully to score over the graphs once again, the group disbanded. Grady proceeded to go solo for some time and documented as Don Agrati. Braught, Canella, Green, and Valdez re-formed beneath the name the Snacks Explosion. Zekley continuing to write strikes, included in this “Ultimately” and “I’d Wait around a Mil Years” for the Lawn Root base. Sundazed reissued Yellowish Balloon’s lone record as a Compact disc in 1998. The discharge contains all 11 music from the initial album, and also a few quantities Grady acquired released as singles, a demonstration, and a documented interview with Zekley.